Angelopolis - Danielle Trussoni I recommend reading this second book in the 'Angelology' fantasy series right on the tails of finishing the first one, in order to get a better sense of flow and to capitalize on the high-momentum finish of the first novel. In some ways, this installment seems more academic compared to the more humanistic angle in the first one -- and thus, feels a little more drawn out. It didn't bore me, though. I reckon that the groundwork laid herein is necessary for the upcoming book(s).

For me, the ending was a bit of a let down, in that it ended abruptly (much like watching Part 1 of any blockbuster movie, knowing there is more but having to wait till the next release). I enjoyed it nonetheless, and admit that if I was patient enough to wait, I'd would much rather read the entire tome in one go (future installments included).